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  • noun Plural form of zoologist.

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  • Griffin also talked about inspiring kids to become a "zoologists" - about "bringing plants to another worlds" yet he has obliterated NASA's funding for such things.

    NASA Watch: September 2007 Archives

  • Griffin also talked about inspiring kids to become a "zoologists" - about "bringing plants to another worlds" yet he has obliterated NASA's funding for such things.

    Pure hypocrisy from NASA's leader - NASA Watch

  • Griffin also talked about inspiring kids to become a "zoologists" - about "bringing plants to another worlds" yet he has obliterated NASA's funding for such things.

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: September 2007 Archives

  • With as few as 400 Sumatran tigers left in the wild, zoologists at the Chester Zoo in the U.K. were thrilled when five-year-old Kirana gave birth to three baby cubs on Oct. 21.

    Sumatran Tiger Cubs Make Debut At Chester Zoo (PHOTOS)

  • It was a scream almost superhuman in its delivery, as if she were screaming the scream of some wild beast—a mutant wildebeest from another planet, equipped with an anatomy unknown to scientists worldwide, baffling even the top researchers and biologists and physicists and high-positioned zoologists.

    The Year I Lived In Crete

  • Masters at using sticks to find nutritious beetle grubs from trees in their forest habitat, zoologists are now assessing the evolutionary implications of their diet.

    Crows surprise researchers with advanced tool use

  • Visiting zoologists would spend months on greasy, icy platforms wearing nail-studded hip boots as they hacked vertebrae and ovaries out of rank carcasses suspended from steel cables.

    The Cetacean Century

  • The Evolution Lost report, published in the journal Science by more than 100 of the world's leading zoologists and botanists, found that populations of mammal, bird, reptile, amphibian and fish species had declined by an average of 30% in the past 40 years.

    One-fifth of world's back-boned animals face extinction, study warns

  • In order to avoid this situation from happening, zoologists decided to make one mother responsible for both cubs, in an act known as "cross-fostering."

    WATCH: Risky Move Saves Baby Cheetah

  • Two baby cheetahs were recently born to two separate mothers at the Smithsonian National Zoo, and while it was a time to rejoice, zoologists were also concerned.

    WATCH: Risky Move Saves Baby Cheetah

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